Virtual Career Boot Camp: Leverage Your Network

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Virtual Career Boot Camp: Leverage Your Network

30.00

The Memo’s Virtual Career Boot Camp assists women with learning how to leverage their relationships with their employer, colleagues, and future clients.

This one-hour session includes information on how to create an elevator pitch that can be used at career fairs and other networking events. During this session, we will help you strengthen current relationships, as well as how to build and organize your network. Join us for an evening with other like-minded women who want to learn, grow, and break the glass ceiling together!

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The Memo’s Virtual Career Boot Camp assists women with learning how to leverage their relationships with their employer, colleagues, and future clients.

This one-hour session includes information on how to create an elevator pitch that can be used at career fairs and other networking events. During this session, we will help you strengthen current relationships, as well as how to build and organize your network. Join us for an evening with other like-minded women who want to learn, grow, and break the glass ceiling together!

The Memo LLC offers a unique 1-hour experience for women looking to leverage the power of their network. During this session, you will hear from Minda Harts, the founder, and CEO of The Memo.

She will help you:
-Craft the perfect elevator pitch
-Design your networking strategy to leverage your network
-Gain the confidence to harness and build authentic relationships

Past attendees have said the following about our Career Boot Camps:

"It helped me realize that I need to network a lot more to aid with my career transition." "The interactive workshop gave us the opportunity to think about what we wanted to do and how we were going to get there. I look forward to another boot camp so I can continue to learn and grow and develop myself." "I enjoyed the panelists and took away a lot of great information that they shared."